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. forbes looked at the 200 largest metropolitan statistical areas and divisions in the u.s. it ranked each area on 9 factors including average unemployment rate between 2010 and 2012, average commute times to work for 2011 and violent crimes per capita. >> looking for a taste of southern mediterrean cooking - in the south bay? coming up in this week's dine and dish, we visit odeum restaurant that combines an artistic flare for food - with fine art. still breezy. wind. as it subsides, the towns are going to get cold temperatures are going to get cold. gabe slate tech report you are going to notice a big change on a sunday. the iconic theater has been called the codex 05 2002 it went bankrupt. --kodak.. however, now dolbmy whether or not we are one of the 3400 theaters where millions of viewers at home with the experience is going to be better >> reporter: they have spent a lot of time and money with this inspired sculpture is in addition, the greater sound experience from home with surround sound. from your tv, tablet or smart phone. this is the first year that it will be broadcast in the
by the u-s geological survey. predicts that in the coming decades, an alarming number of people could be killed in earthquakes. kron 4's charles clifford explains. >> reporter: this new study, put together by a pair of usgs scientists, makes some very sobering predictions first, they estimate that there could be as many as 21 catastrophic earthquakes this century. they define a catastrophic earthquake as being an event where more than 50,000 people are killed. there have already been four such quakes since the year 2000, including the 2004 sumatra quake and the 2010 earthquake in haiti. new that world wide as many 3.5 by the during this millennium. now, this isn't because there will be more that the planet's population continues to grow and that are living near earthquake zones. here's how they came to this conclusion. the study analyzed catastrophic earthquakes going back to 1500 a.d and then compared those events to world population estimates at the time. what they found is that as the population grows, so does the number of catastrophic earthquakes. by the end of this century, the
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